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48 stainless steel grill moulding clips

 
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Excellent, thank you. Just one more questiion please. How far apart are the clips placed???
 
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A quick guess is about 5-6". I think there were 6 on the four longest and 4 on the top.

 
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[QUOTE=bobj49f2;9639947]A quick guess is about 5-6". I think there were 6 on the four longest and 4 on the top.

I think you will find that you don't need that many holes if you drill them yourself. When I drilled mine I only used about four for the long bars and three up top. I never had a problem with my grille bars coming loose...
 
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Thanks for all the input, i appreciate it as I am still learning and all these little things count.

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I found the same clips like on the original when I was in Charlotte at Restoration Specialties. They are located in Pennsylvania. I have a catalog and looked in there and found the same clips. Their website is ( restorationspecialties.com ). I picked up a catalog in Charlotte at the Auto Fair but their website list one for $3.50. The pictures in the catalog are actual size. It is easy to find a match if you have one of the old ones.
 
 
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